Those of you who have seen the recent TV documentary on this hotel, will know doubt have it marked as a 2013 must. Whether a long weekend, an overnight stay or just an afternoon tea, Claridge’s is it, a priceless London classic of impeccable heritage and timeless glamour.
Staying at Claridge’s is like stepping into a world of timeless glamour. You get a thrill just entering through the bronze and gilt revolving doors, fingerprinted over the decades by the rich and famous.
Claridge’s is London’s authentic Art Deco gem. More fashionable than ever. It attracts everyone from catwalk models to media moguls. The hippest hangout is Claridge’s Bar; a favourite with the ‘in crowd’, this seriously chic bar is styled with luscious lipstick, red leather banquettes and a fabulous silver-leaf ceiling. The Bijou Fumoir has more sensual allure with its original Rene Lalique panels and marble-topped horseshoe bar where you sip 1930s-themed cocktails. Further upping the buzz quotient is the Michelin-starred Gordon Ramsay restaurant, where exquisite modern European dishes are served in designer splendour.
The subtle aura of decadence continues in the elegant guestrooms; styled with either Art Deco or Victorian touches, into ultra-sophisticated spoiling worlds. The Linley suites are a Deco delight, with sofas in the softest leathers, walnut tables and brilliantly bold dressing-rooms. If the bustle of chichi Mayfair gets too much, head to the Claridge’s beauty and fitness suite on the sixth floor for a deliciously soothing treatment.
Claridge’s is definitely a place to see and be seen.
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